New Cal Poly Lab Prepares Students for Future in Manufacturing
Cal Poly San Luis Obispo’s Gene Haas Laboratory for Robotics and Automation will help students gain hands-on exposure to cutting-edge systems and technology. More.
White House Honors CSULB Alumna
A CSU Long Beach alumna was among 10 educators recently lauded as a “Champion of Change” by the White House for her work on improving student outcomes and closing the academic achievement gap for Hispanic and English language learning students. More.
Lab Upgrades at Humboldt State Support Student Research
Upgrades to Humboldt State’s Bio Core lab will support student and faculty research in the earth, physical and biological sciences. More.
SJSU Embarks on Major Tech Initiative
San José State has launched a five-year, $28 million initiative to upgrade its information technology infrastructure, as well as apply new technologies and partnerships to better support student learning. More.
Chico State Hosts California Indian Conference
This year’s conference, titled “Sustaining the Circle of Knowledge,” is focused on youth, educators, and those who oversee the education departments of Native American tribes—particularly in the North State. More.
CSUSM Cultivates More STEM Teachers
The National Science Foundation has awarded CSU San Marcos a five-year, $1.2 million grant aimed at increasing the number of future science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) teachers. More.
CSU Stanislaus to Teach Local Kids About Science
This fall, faculty and students at CSU Stanislaus will host "Science Saturdays" to help teach local children about different aspects of science. More.